The Bad Driver's Handbook: Hundreds of Simple Manoeuvres to Frustrate, Annoy, and Endanger Those Around You is a hilarious look at common driving practices. This book identifies the "Good Driver" and "Good Driving Practices" as the cause for most accidents. Such drivers clog up the roadways by not using the sidewalks and shoulders as passing lanes. They create chaos because no one expects someone to actually stop at a stop sign or use their turn signal. Moreover, everyone knows that the only true way to avoid an accident is to drive faster than everyone else.
However, this book contains so much more than driving hints. Several sections are dedicated to passing the drivers test, getting out of a traffic ticket, the true purposes of insurance, special driving hand gestures, and ways to reduce driving stress as well as some very helpful advice on car maintenance and repairs. These sections are conveniently organized according to the level of the reader from very concepts to more intermediate aspects to some very advanced techniques. There is definitely a little something for everyone in this book.
This book must be catching on like wildfire as I keep finding myself stuck behind drivers that adhere to the letter of this handbook. I guess I better practice my offensive driving skills!